Liverpool v Arsenal: Carabao Cup semi-final ticket details

TicketsLiverpool v Arsenal: Carabao Cup semi-final ticket details

Published 31st December 2021

Liverpool FC has released the following ticket details for the Carabao Cup semi-final home fixture against Arsenal to be played at 7.45pm GMT on Thursday January 13.

Plan B: New entry requirements for Anfield

Responding to the UK government’s Plan B announcement, Anfield now has new entry requirements for accessing the stadium on matchdays.

Full details of the entry requirements and what supporters will need to do can be found here.

Important information for fans attending home matches can be found here.

Prices

  • Adults: £25-£35
  • Over 65s: £19-£26
  • Young adults: £10
  • Juniors: £1
  • Local general sale: £9

Price notes

A full breakdown of the pricing structure can be found here.

Auto Cup Scheme

Season ticket holders and Members enrolled into the Auto Cup Scheme MUST NOT purchase a ticket for this fixture.

Payments will take place from Tuesday January 4 and will end on Thursday January 6.

Further information, including what to do if your payment fails, is available here.

Disabled sales

Visit the Accessibility Hub for full sale details.

Hospitality sales

Buy online here.

Ticket sale notes

The below sales will take place online only and supporters are advised that a queuing system may be in place.

First sale: Priority rights holders – from 2pm on Wednesday January 5.

First sale status: Guaranteed sale – one ticket per qualifying supporter up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

The eligible priority right holder must log in online to purchase their ticket(s).

Important stadium access information and eligibility details are available here.

Second sale: Season ticket holders and Members who recorded Leicester City (December 22, 2021) – from 8.15am on Thursday January 6 until 1pm on Friday January 7.

Second sale status: Not guaranteed – first come, first served – one ticket per qualifying supporter up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

The number of eligible supporters slightly exceeds the number of tickets available in this sale due to contractual obligations released for sale ahead of the Leicester City game. This allowed more fans the opportunity to purchase a ticket and attend the game.

Tickets currently reserved for contractual obligations for Arsenal will be released for sale as and if they are not required.

If tickets remain, the following sale will take place:

Third sale: Season ticket holders and Members – from 2pm on Friday January 7 until 10am on Monday January 10.

Third sale status: Not guaranteed – first come, first served – one ticket per qualifying supporter up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

Local general sale

Fourth sale: Supporters eligible for the local general sale – from 11am on Monday January 10.

Supporters must be registered with an ‘L’ postcode by midnight on Sunday January 9 to be eligible to purchase tickets during this sale. Register here.

Fourth sale status: Not guaranteed – first come, first served – one ticket per qualifying supporter up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

Stadium notes: All supporters

Stadium entry for the 2021-22 season is now digital using an NFC pass on your smartphone.

For those supporters that have not yet downloaded their NFC pass onto their phone, please view our step-by-step guides for both Android (Google) and iPhone (Apple) mobile phones.

To ensure you do not have issues with internet connectivity, we strongly recommend that supporters download their pass in advance of travelling to Anfield.

We also strongly recommend that supporters check that your ticket for the match is displayed on your NFC pass in advance of travelling to Anfield.

To help speed up the flow of supporters through the turnstiles, please arrive early and have your phone ready and unlocked with your ticket displayed on your screen.

Important information

Supporters are advised to visit the return of supporters to Anfield section on our website.

The club reserves the right to change any sale to a controlled sale if given advice from the police or other relevant authorities.

Published 31st December 2021